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Our charity is about local people helping local people in need. We give people support and opportunities to help people feel better about themselves, be more active in the community and get back into work.

How can we support you

Support can take many forms – as Helping Hands is all about enabling people to take the next step to a better life. If you or someone you know in need of support, please get in touch, make a referral or pop in to see us at The Lighthouse or Gateway Cafe.

We provide the basics at our drop-ins, daytime volunteering opportunities and mentoring to help people feel like part of the community to really build self-esteem. Our Esther Project enables vulnerable women to come together with others to help them to build a better future.

We also work with other organisations too – providing onward referrals whether to debt counseling, food banks, for housing advice or rehabilitation. We help people move forward from homelessness, domestic violence, addiction, mental ill-health and unemployment to a better future.

As people move on with their lives, our House2Home project provides furniture and household good to recently re-homed and low income families.

It is great to see some of our supported volunteers have now made their way back into work with the help from partnerships with some great local employers. If you’d like to know more – why not read some of our success stories?

If you or someone you know would benefit from support from our charity in Leamington, Warwick & Kenilworth, get in touch or pop into The Lighthouse.

Helping Hands Community Project encourages our clients to move towards their goals building self esteem through accessing a range of services including volunteering.
“Helping Hands gives me somewhere to come without judgement. It helps take me forward from my addictions.
I found out about volunteering from having been at the soup kitchen. Now I help set up for the soup kitchen, and help with the House2Home project - loading the van & getting people set up with furniture when they have been re-homed.”
A Supported Volunteer
Talking about what support means to him

A timetable of support activities will be added here soon.